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Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics of Belonging
Preface.- The Crisis of Citizenship.- Theories of Citizenship.- Immigration, Minority Formation and Racialization.- Becoming a Citizen.- Being a Citizen.- Ethnic Mobilization and New PoliticalExpand
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Arbitrage
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From Subject to Citizen: Australian Citizenship in the Twentieth Century
List of figures List of tables Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction Part I. From Subject to Citizen 1901-1996: 1. Civis Romanus Sum 2. From subject to citizen I: to 1948 3. Nationality and theExpand
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Multiculturalism and citizenship: Silencing the migrant voice
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Gramsci's Marxism
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European revolutions 1492–1992
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Regional politics: The European union and citizenship
This article examines the development of citizenship within the European Economic Community as a model for citizenship as such, within a global environment. In historical terms, citizenship evolvedExpand
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Marxism and Anarchism
EA R L Y IN T H E 1840s Karl M arx used to frequent H ippel’s W inecellar in Berlin and engage in long stein-in-hand conversations with the B auer brothers, and other m embers of the Hegelian Left.Expand
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